Qobuz brings its high-res streaming service to the US

High-res audio snobs in the US have a new alternative to Tidal.
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French streaming service Qobuz is launching its high-res streaming service in the US today and they are offering what is said to be the largest collection of hi-fi and hi-res tracks on the planet. The service will offer both a desktop and web player and of course, an iOS and Android app. It will also feature curated new releases, offline downloading, editorial content, and compatibility with growing selection of high-res audio equipment. Pricing will start at $19.99 for cd-quality streaming and $24.99 for access to their hi-res catalog. A $9.99 tier with MP3-quality streaming at 320 kbps will also be available. 

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